Manchester City not invincible - Arsene Wenger

Manchester City not invincible - Arsene Wenger

Speaking to beIN Sports, Wenger, who has been linked with the England job in the past, admitted an worldwide job may well suit him as he gets older.

And he's still very much enjoying life in club management.

But in an interview with beIN Sports he has admitted the lighter workload of being an worldwide boss could benefit him as he gets older.

On City, Wenger said he doesn't feel the Premier League leaders are "unstoppable" and pulled some stats out to try and back that up.

"But I will not always have the physical strength to do that, so maybe I will move into that [international work]".

"In what way will depend on my physical state". I don't know in what kind a director, as a manager. For as long as possible as a manager but one day that will stop.

Wenger was up there among the bookies favourites when Roy Hodgson resigned in the wake of England's exit at Euro 2016, but he eventually chose to stay in club football.

The decision to award Qatar the tournament was met with criticism around the globe. He added: "If you look at the expected goals, it was 0.7 for them and 0.6 for us, it was tight, they created little and only had one more shot than us".

"Certainly, they will have that pride to propose special stadiums and innovations, and on that front I'm convinced that they will surprise the world". Progression has been secured to the quarter-finals of the Carabao Cup, all but qualified in their Europa League group, and moving up to 6th in the Premier League.

But Wenger again was non-committal on City's chances of emulating that Arsenal side.

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